With the Ohio State hockey 2015-16 season nearing, get to know the Buckeyes.
Miguel Fidler, a freshman from Edina, Minn., was drafted by the Florida Panthers in the fifth round of the 2014 NHL Draft. He played in the USHL last season, starting with the Lincoln stars before closing the year in Madison. He had 21 points, including 16 assists, in 45 games for the Stars before recording six points in 15 games with the Capitols. Filder was part of two Minnesota state championship teams at Edina High School and led the team with 41 points in 2014. His father, Michael, played collegiately at Boston University, was a third-round NHL draft pick and spent eight years playing professional hockey, including 271 NHL games.
16 Questions for 2015-16 with Miguel Fidler
The most fun thing I did this summer was … visit my teammate Mike Gillespie in New York.
My all-time favorite summer memory is ... skydiving.
This summer I visited … New York and Florida.
My favorite spot in Columbus is … The Schott.
One thing I focused on this summer was … getting in good condition for the team.
The food I would bring to a picnic is … hot dogs, burgers and potato chips.
My favorite song to hear during warmups is … a song by Drake.
The games I am looking forward to most this year are … Minnesota and The Team Up North.
One of my goals for this season is … to win every game.
My favorite part of hockey is … winning games and scoring goals.
One summer I would like to travel to … Spain.
This summer my golf game was … awful. I might never play again.
The class I'm looking forward to is … math.
My favorite thing about The Schott is … the amazing facilities.
I am excited for this season because … we have a great group of guys that are very talented.
My favorite sport to play in the summer is … soccer.
The Buckeyes open the season with an exhibition game Oct. 3 (12 days away), as they host Brock in Value City Arena at 4 p.m. The regular season begins with a home-and-home series against Bowling Green Oct. 9-10, with the opening game in Columbus.
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